Sterling switches terminals at Arlanda Airport
Scandinavian airline Sterling has announced plans to move all its international operations into the Terminal 5 building at Stockholm’s Arlanda Airport.
Flights to the Danish capital of Copenhagen will be the last to move over to the refurbished terminal building.
Passengers previously used Terminal 2 for flights to the city, but will now use the newer base where the majority of Sterling’s other services arrive and depart.
The move means that all Sterling’s international flights at Arlanda will use Terminal 5, with domestic flights – to cities including Malmo and Gothenburg – continuing to use Terminal 4.
Customers flying with Sterling over the summer will be greeted at Terminal 5 by a new art and design project featuring egg-shaped armchairs and a video installation project.
The airline recently announced its summer schedule for this year with flights to Barcelona, East Midlands Airport, London Gatwick and Salzburg from Stockholm.
Other summer routes include flights from Gatwick to Oslo and Bergen in Norway, as well as services from the London terminal to the Danish cities of Aalborg, Billund and Copenhagen.